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Fumiko McKay and Emiko Schwab

Fumiko McKay (88) talks with her granddaughter, Emiko Schwab (25), about what it was like to move to the US from Japan in the 1950s, her experiences with racism, and some of her memories of raising a family in the...

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Tomoko Kuta and Perry Vasquez

Tomoko Kuta (53) speaks with her friend, collaborator, and colleague Perry Vasquez (60) about their roles at the New Children's Museum, designing art for children, and their own childhood memories.

Ralph Kayler talks to a student from Pentwater Schools about his experiences in The Korean War.

Background information on Ralph Kayler before the war and why he joined. A discussion of his time in boot camp and various types of training he received. Information about his time in Germany before going to the Korean Penninsula. A...

Oz Geoghegan’s international childhood; growing up in different continents

Talking to my Japanese mother about her life growing up and how moving influenced her childhood and later life decisions.

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Roy White and Jeanne White

Jeanne White (49) interviews her father Roy White (92) about his military service during WWII, living in Japan, and the people he met overseas.

Getting to know the first engineer from his village- an interview with my grandfather (Nanaji)

This is a conversation between my grandfather and I. We talked about his life in India and his views on education, career and raising his children.

In Your Own Words with Pele Voncujovi

Originally a celebration of Black History Month, February 2018, Middlebury College's Davis Family Library has initiated a series of oral interviews, "In Your Own Words." In them, Literatures & Cultures Librarian Katrina Spencer engages members of the community who trace...